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October 13-31 Poem #8

clusters of cumulus clouds bloom, raindrops to nimbus


Nerd alert…I’m wondering how many of you are kindred souls and get the full gist of this monostitch. 🧐🤨😉 if you took the time to look it up…kudos for you!

September Poem #4

big sky
cumulus blue
clustering puffs point to rain
or not; it’s hard to tell whether
we’re in for bad weather


Inverted Limerick #2

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the full moon is blue
each month when there’s two
an anomaly wondrous and rare
my excitement collides with despair
when clouds block the view


Giving it another go.
A new form I call the Inverted Limerick:
Line 1 – 5-7 syllables
Line 2 – 5-7 syllables
Line 3 – 7-10 syllables
Line 4 – 7-10 syllables
Line 5 – 5-7 syllables
Rhyme pattern: A-a-bb-A (line one is repeated on the last line)

Magnetic Poetry Saturday 

never is the moon
more bright than when
it is frosted by clouds

~kat – 8 April 2017

Spring Coup

Ribbons of golden sunlight splay
the shades of gray
as glooming clouds
descend like shrouds.

Her chilling kiss of icy mist
denies our bliss;
Chilled to the bone
we rush for home.

But though the day seems dark and cold
Winter grows old.
Her days are few.
Spring plans a coup!

~kat – 3 February 2017
(Minute Poem)

The Minute Poem is rhyming verse form consisting of 12 lines of 60 syllables written in strict iambic meter. The poem is formatted into 3 stanzas of 8,4,4,4; 8,4,4,4; 8,4,4,4 syllables. The rhyme scheme is as follows: aabb, ccdd, eeff.

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